One Way Single Parent Family Favourites was a Sunday-lunchtime radio music show format created by Billy Jenkins for Resonance104.4fm.This episode was presented by Stewart Lee. His guests are Andy Zaltzman and Andy Miller. Topic: resonancefm
After visiting Mars, where next? Welcome to Hollingsville: the new twelve-part series from writer Ken Hollings. A Worldâs Fair of the airwaves, the shows focuses each week on a different aspect of our historical relationship with technology. From machines to monsters, spaces to dreams, this Radio Expo offers an unscripted tour through the chosen theme, utilising voices and sounds from special guests and presented by Ken Hollings with his usual idiosyncratic flair. This week: "McLuhanâs... Topics: ResonanceFM, KenHollings, HollingsvilleEp2
One Way Single Parent Family Favourites was a Sunday-lunchtime radio music show format created by Billy Jenkins for Resonance104.4fm.This episode was presented by Stewart Lee. His guests are Dan Maier and Boothby Graffoe. Topics: resonancefm, dan maier, boothby graffoe
Live music promoter, Ron Chisholm talks about his career and bands he's championed over the years. He is joined by Colin Bodiam from Deep River Records. Produced and engineered by Leanne Bower. Topics: Live, Music, Ron's Speakeasy, Radio, ResonanceFM
There is no Underground in N16 - the only way to get there on public transport is by overground train, or by bus - but Stoke Newington has a diverse musical history. In a one-off special, DJ Tango-Mango of Kosmische and the Drones Club explores by way of an audio collage and soundscaped interviews an area rich in music and musicians. This is an archive of the radio show broadcast as a Clear Spot on Resonance 104.4FM in London between 8-9pm on 13 March 2008. Individual musical tracks in this... Topic: Overground,N16,Stoke Newington,radio,ResonanceFM
Deepwater Horizon has highlighted the fatal consequences of corporate incompetence. This is the first in a series of conversations with artists, activists, curators and concerned individuals addressing art's environment and the impact artists around the world are having on environmental and social policy. Tonight we have James Marriott, of Platform, an organization that brings together artists & activists to create projects focused on social and ecological justice, in conversation with John... Topics: ResonanceFM, Clear Spot, Unimagining Corporate Greenwashing
embedding and help There is no Underground in N16 - the only way to get there on public transport is by overground train, or by bus - but Stoke Newington has a diverse musical history. In a one-off special, DJ Tango-Mango of Kosmische and the Drones Club explores by way of an audio collage and soundscaped interviews an area rich in music and musicians. This is an archive of the radio show broadcast as a Clear Spot on Resonance 104.4FM in London between 8-9pm on 13 March 2008. Individual musical... Topics: Overground, N16, Stoke Newington, radio, ResonanceFM
two-song session recorded at home especially for dig that treasure on resonance.fm. 1. a dandy in montmartre/southport2. abductorkiran leonard - voice, acoustic guitar, reed organ Topics: kiran leonard, resonance.fm, session, free improvisation, chord
2nd show 2nd series. Poetess Dorna reads live in the studio with music by experimental sound artist Sote from his album Daastgah. Topics: resonancefm, radio, experimental sound art, fari bradley, iran, persia, london
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert The Truth About Markets, London, Resonance 104.4 FM Topics: Program trading, algorithm driven emotions, Afghanistan, California IOUs, US IOUs, savers versus speculators Topics: max keiser, stacy herbert, resonance fm, 104.4 fm, resonancefm
http://maxkeiser.com Max and Stacy talk about the week's financial news on Resonance 104.4 FM The Truth About Markets Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Bradford & Bingley, neo-feudalism Topics: max keiser, stacy herbert, resonance fm, 104.4 fm, resonancefm
Amnesty International's Iran Researcher Drewery Dyke talks about a new study on detainees, IRQR foudner Arsham Parsi talks about his organisation and experiences both in Iran and Turkey, plus the acclimatisation of the folk tale "The Great Hunter" from Buffalo Horns, taken from the Simple Acts website for refugee week. Originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM Topics: refugee week, resonancefm, Six Pillars to Persia, 2010
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert of MaxKeiser.com present The Truth About Markets for ResonanceFM. They discuss the analysis from Hong Kong that there is a $110 billion black hole in HSBC's balance sheet. They also discuss the headlines regarding market rigging out of London - this time related to currency and gold prices - a market manipulation scheme that Bafin (the German regulator) claims is worse than Libor. Topics: hsbc, forex, gold, bafin, max keiser, stacy herbert, resonancefm
Outsider Iranian art and modern Persian heritage on this art-sound-music radio show, produced and presented by Fari Bradley. Broadcast on 104.4fm in London and www.resonancefm.com worldwide This show features The Planet Smashers' "Ska of Iran" and an in depth interview with one of the curators of "Collected Memories", 30 modern artists' work brought from Iran for sale at the Artspace Galleries by Arts Collective. Topics: art, iran, persia, resonancefm, modern art, interview, fari bradley, experimental
Discoveries: Charity shop worker and musician Peter Smith (The Tremadols, Tiger Walking Downhill, Organ Donner) discusses surprising audio tapes which arrive in the collection. Resonance FM listens in to an anonymous journalistâs 1976 interview tape featuring a known journalist, Paul Foot, some music never intended for release, an audio-letter home, and stumbles on a hoax meditation tape on the way. All crammed onto two sides of a C30 cassette. Topics: Peter Smith, Naomi Christie, Cassette, Charity Shop, ResonanceFM
"The new house husband wears a poncho and levis, smokes cigar butts and needs a shave. It's a way of life." Sleevenote on the track "Doin' the Dishes" on "It's Only a Movie!" by The Raybeats (LP, Shanachie Records, 1983) Topics: Out To Lunch, Nina Power, Hour of Power, Resonancefm
This 15 minute radio/live programme was produced for the ResonanceFM festival in Conway Hall London in 2005. Topics: frequenzen, john chantler, alexander wendt, resonancefm, resonance fm, 12x50, room40, radio Source: Frequenzen Radio Archive / Resonance FM
The Association of Iranian Researchers is here represented by Roya Kashefi, on the art-music radio programme Six Pillars to Persia on Resonance 104.4fm Discussing everything from facts to figures and holes in the news, Roya explains what the ACI does and why, and demystifies some facts about Iran today including some of the efforts of the women's rights movements out there. With music by Belgian Leo Kupper on electro-acoustic santoors and micro-processors. Topics: ACI, Roya Kashefi, Six Pillars to Persia, Iranian women's rights, Iran, Persia, radio, Resonancefm
An unedited improvised interview taken from the first episode of Resonance 104.4 FM series "Sean Gittins Is Puzzled By ..." Topics: paul, foot, paulfoot, sean, gittins, seangittins, comedy, humour, humor, resonance, resonancefm,...
this was the 2nd of the radiomaya breakfast radioshows at stationmelt on the occasion of transmediale 2010 at 5th february. utopia and deystopia were the topics of radiomaya's live broadcast. the end of the mayan calendar on the 21.12.2012, the studies of the club of rome 1972 ("limit of growth") and other predictions, reports, tales and regulations formed the basis of talks, interviews and surveys. in addition there were examples from literature, techniques and history and mister... Topics: radiomaya, stationmelt, mlphilippsen, transmediale 2010, herbstradio, kinofunk, resonance.fm,...
Live interview broadcast from 2007 Frieze Art Fair London. Experimental sound artist and craftsman Goodiepal gives a live performance with his mechanical bird. Journalist Fari Bradley hosts. Topics: Goodiepal, Fari Bradley, Resonance, Resonancefm, radio, art, sound art, Frieze Art Fair
byAlisdair McGregor, Melanie Clifford, Howard Jacques.
Second outing utilizing recordings and live playing of the used frame sussed bicycle; this time with MC replacing FL for upside down bicycle duet with HJ. AMcG on sound mix, treatments and recorded sound playback. Takes off with speed;;;>>> mock crash, spokes chimes meditation into zen sound gardening. Talking bicycle dream stream. Rotary rhythmic and primitive gamelan tonal percussive.Quiet, gentle, exploratory. Topics: Sound Art, Cycling, Bicycles, Radio Art, Improvisation, Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission...
Sound artist and intriguer Goodiepal brought in his saw shaped vinyl disc to the Resonancefm booth, and singing bird in glass cage. His intricate craftsmanship is equalled by his mischievous interest in toys and the imagination. There are also whiffs of the woodsman about his work (and appearance!) as he gives an interview and live duet with his bird. Topics: googiepal, fari bradley, resonancefm, frieze art fair, experimental, crafts, sound art, interview
this was the 4th and last one of the radiomaya breakfast radioshows at stationmelt on the occasion of transmediale 2010. utopia and deystopia were the topics of radiomaya's live broadcast. the end of the mayan calendar on the 21.12.2012, the studies of the club of rome 1972 ("limit of growth") and other predictions, reports, tales and regulations formed the basis of talks, interviews and surveys. in addition there were examples from literature, techniques and history and mister MAYER... Topics: radiomaya, stationmelt, mlphilippsen, transmediale 2010, herbstradio, kinofunk, resonance.fm,...
Riley's iconoclastic Persian Surgery Dervishes (played in full when broadcasting live but for podcast we can only play less than a minute). Also the audio from a documentary about skiing in Iran in the 1970s. This programme was originally broadcast 2nd June 2008 from Resonancefm studios Topics: six pillars to persia, spooly, fari bradley, persian surgery dervishes, terry riley, resonancefm